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Ten Years in Four Birth Announcements

Andy "eh tu, brute?" M-S Jul 11, 2017. 3 comments

From back in the day when I was creative. Notice the gradual improvement from 1989 to 1999 in terms of production quality—better computers, printers, copying technology that takes us all the way from CP/M and dot-matrix printers to Windows NT 4.0, digital photography, and laser printers.

Man, I feel old.

Redacted to remove identifying information. Some of the children use different names, and some have changed genders.

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